• Music House Museum - Acme, Michigan

      Fischer gold gilded grand piano
      Photo by Harry Kline
      The Music House Museum in Acme, Michigan is home to a one-of-a-kind collection of unique, authentic and playable instruments and music-making machines built and used from 1870 through 1930. The eclectic collection includes organ grinder boxes, a Belgian dance organ, nickelodeons, music boxes, pipe organs, and a Wurlitzer theater organ. Not only are all the instruments and machines in working order, but the docents will play some of them for you. Like a time machine, a visit to the museum lets you experience the music of bygone eras live! The Music House Museum provides guided tours and demonstrations in settings that include a 1900s-era hardware store and saloon. Be prepared to be fascinated and amazed as you stroll among antique instruments and a scale model of Traverse City as it looked circa 1930. To wind up your tour, stop by the museum gift shop, which offers a great selection of unusual items including beautiful clocks and musical instruments.

      If you go:
      It is located 8 miles North of Traverse City on US 31.


      7377 U.S. 31 North
      Acme, Michigan 49610 USA

      Mailing address:
      P.O. Box 297
      Acme, MI 49610 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      +1 (231) 938-9300